A Tenugui (手拭い) is a thin Japanese hand towel made of cotton. It is typically about 35 by 90 centimeters in size, plain woven and is almost always dyed with some pattern. In shibari, these cloths are used as blindfolds, or to cover the face and mouth. They are also used to wrap up rope bundles.
At Anatomie we make our tenuguis out of various skull themed fabrics. The tenuguis vary slightly in size from 35 by 90 centimeters to 37 by 1.1 meters.